Free Will Conference 2019 Student Panel
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Panelists: Ned Block, Peter Tse, Patrick Haggard, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong


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QuestionsOwnerVoteJungsu PakAlice WongJake GavenasAndy LiangElnaz LashgariAlice Pailhès
Dr Anne Sophie Meincke
Matthias Schultze-Kraft
Paulius Rimkevicius
Sanaz Attaripour
Sanaz Attaripour
Sofia BonicalziTian Lan
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Will we ever be able to program free will?Jungsu Pak211
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Some Animals have completely explained neurons. Before asking if humans have free will, how can we know that these animals have or not have free will? if they are not free because their simpler neural mechanism allow us to explain the complete deterministic causual change of their behavior, will same thing apply to human? Would it be that our free will rise from a simple notion of it being unknown?Jungsu Pak111
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Would "I could have done otherwise" true? If there are multiple parallel universe, will agents with Free Will in completely identical situation act differently? in arbitrary/deliberate decisionJungsu Pak0
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Can free will emerge from combination of random noises? Jungsu Pak11
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If consciousness of a decision is separate from the decision itself, how would that impact responsibility?Jake0
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Even if the readiness potential doesn't cause action, due to the temporal relation it should be related to processes that do cause the action, correct?Jake0
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